Pushing Websites and Applications to Students

Pushing Websites and Applications to Students

Overview

This feature allows you to run an application or launch a website on student computers. This can be quite useful for younger students who have trouble navigating to a specific web address or starting a specific application.



Here is a brief video demonstrating how to push websites and applications to students:

How to Send a Run command to Student Computers

  1. Select one or more student computers from the Teacher Console (if none are selected, the question will be sent to ALL students)
  2. Click the "Run" button on the toolbar
  3. Enter the Run command you would like to send to student computers.

Windows Examples

For Windows computers enter the full path to the application (or just the application name if it is located in the path):
"c:\users\student1\Documents"      (Open folder in Explorer on Student)
c:\windows\system32\calc.exe      (Run calculator on Student)
http://www.lanschool.com/      (Browse to webpage on Student)


macOS Examples

For macOS computers enter the full path to the application (or just the application name if it is located in /Applications)
"~/Pictures"                                    (Open folder in Finder on Student) 
/Applications/Calculator.app        (Run calculator on Student)
Calculator                                      (Run calculator on Student)




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